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Michigan construction workers call for change after 2 were hit, killed in Ypsilanti Workers say overnight projects, extra police presence should be revisited; Biggest threat are distracted drivers The two workers, 23-year-olds Davyon Rose and Nicholas Andres Sada, were victims of a suspected drunk driver . “This was our last big weekend. It was our last push to get everything done. And then to have this happen, it was horrendous,” said road worker Mary Crowl. A little bit before 2 a.m. on Nov. 7, Crowl and dozen of workers were check this link right here now fixing part of Interstate 94 in Ypsilanti when the suspected drunk driver, 29-year-old Ryann Musselman, of Belleville, came barreling through the work site, hitting and killing Rose and Sada. “I just wanted to know if it was our guys, and it was our guys,” she said. On major projects overnight, the work zone is usually well lit and well protected. On smaller projects, like patch work, there’s usually just barrels separating workers, who are spread out for miles.